Planning Your Transfer
At NVCC, you can create your own pathway to a four-year degree and we are here to help! If you are interested in transferring from NVCC to another college or university, we will help you:
- acquire information about transferring through individual counseling (email us to set up an appointment)
- consider the Guaranteed Admission Program (GAP) and Dual Admissions Program (DAP).
- look at transfer articulations with other colleges
- meet transfer counselors from other colleges and universities
- create a personalized pathway to earning a four-year degree.
Guaranteed & Dual Admission
Recent initiatives by the Connecticut Board of Regents (BOR) for Higher Education have placed a renewed focus on creating a seamless transfer process for CT Community College graduates to continue their education at the four state universities (CCSU, SCSU, WCSU, ECSU) and Charter Oak State College. Successful completion of such a transfer associate degree will offer the student guaranteed admission and junior status to the receiving university or Charter Oak State College without "course by course" transfer.
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We also have official articulation agreements with many local universities. These agreements outline courses a student should complete at NVCC and specify which credits the university will accept in order to make the transfer process as smooth as possible.
We currently have agreements signed with the following colleges:
Sacred Heart University
University of Bridgeport
University of Hartford
University of New Haven
University of St. Joseph
Transferring course credits
Interested in how individual NVCC courses transfer to the public universities in Connecticut? See what courses you can take at NVCC and their course equivalents at the following universities:
Central Connecticut State University
Eastern Connecticut State University
Southern Connecticut State University
Western Connecticut State University
University of Connecticut
Still have questions? Check out our Transfer Planning FAQ for more commonly asked questions and answers. You can also call CAPSS at 203-575-8025 or email us to schedule an appointment to meet with your advisor.